Alternative text, or “alt text”, is what we attach to most images so that screen readers and other Assistive Technologies can convey the meaning of those images to low-vision and non-sighted users. This is what WCAG 2.0 specifies about alt text in their guidelines: “Guideline 1.1 Text Alternatives: Provide text alternatives for any non-text content […]
The Web is a vital resource and the future of information delivery. It impacts all areas of daily life – from commerce and recreation to government and health care. As employers and educators, we want our information to benefit the greatest number of people possible. That’s where accessibility comes in.
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